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Color-tinted photograph of the Roscoe Conkling home on Rutger Place in Utica.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Tamney House in New Paltz.

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Black & white photograph of the Dubois House in New Paltz. Handwritten on reverse: "1705 Built by Daniel Du Boise s. of Isaac DuBois. Daniel d. 1755. -History of New Paltz, pg. 294-296."

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Color-tinted photograph of the Bevier House in New Paltz.

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Black & white photograph of the Bevier Elting House in New Paltz.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Dubois House on Huguenot Street in New Paltz.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Hasbrouck House on Huguenot Street in New Paltz.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Hasbrouck House on Huguenot Street in New Paltz.

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Color-tinted photograph of the historic Captain Tappan's house in Kingston, owned by the Daughters of the American Revolution.

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Color-tinted photograph of Slab Sides, the home of John Burroughs, incorrectly identified as being located in Poughkeepsie. Contains a handwritten correction stating the location is West Park.

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Black & white illustration of the Warner House on Constitution Island, located in the Hudson River near West Point.

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Black & white illustration of the front view of the Warner House on Constitution Island, located in the Hudson River near West Point.

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Black & white photograph of the garden walk at the Warner House on Constitution Island, located in the Hudson River near West Point.

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Color photograph. From the reverse: "Dick's Castle--'A Photographer's Dream.' Dick's Castle on the Hudson River overlooking West Point: the castle was erected between 1902-1911 at the cost of $3,000,000. Had the Dick's plans been completed,…

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Black & white photograph, rear view of the Warner House on Constitution Island, located in the Hudson River near West Point.

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Black & white photograph, the Warner House on Constitution Island, located in the Hudson River near West Point.

Black & white photograph, the Warner House on Constitution Island, located in the Hudson River near West Point.

Black & white photograph, the Warner House on Constitution Island, located in the Hudson River near West Point.

Black & white photograph, the Warner House on Constitution Island, located in the Hudson River near West Point.

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Black & white photograph of the McKibbin House. From the reverse (handwritten): McKibbin House, Market Street."

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Black & white photograph of the McKibbin House. From the reverse (handwritten): McKibbin House, Market Street."

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Black & white drawing of the Van Kleeck House in Poughkeepsie, built in 1702.

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Black & white photograph of the John Thompson House. From the reverse (handwritten): "John Thompson House. S.E. corner of Market & Church Sts. This site is now (1920) occupied by Amrita Club."

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Color photograph of the Governor Clinton House in Poughkeepsie. From the reverse: "This old stone dwelling at 549 Main Street, Poughkeepsie, is called the 'Clinton House' in memory of the State's first Governor. Built about 1765, it is associated…

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Color-tinted photograph of the Governor Clinton House in Poughkeepsie.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Governor Clinton House in Poughkeepsie. Handwriting at bottom reads: "I wish we could get some of this snow in our back yard to roll in. It is awful hot. Pop."

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Color-tinted photograph of the Governor Clinton House in Poughkeepsie, typed text at bottom reads: "Home of the Mahwenawasigh Chapter, D.A.R. & museum of Revolutionary relics."

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Black & white photograph of the Governor Clinton House in Poughkeepsie

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Green-tinted photograph of the Governor Clinton House in Poughkeepsie.

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Color illustration, text reads: "After the retreat of the Vaughan down the river, Poughkeepsie became the center from which the new defences were planned along the Hudson, & after the burning of Kingston, was the most available place for the State…

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